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recurrent throat infection and upper tract respiratory infection

Dear Drs

A patient 7 years of age is having this problems from birth , with cough and cold . whenever
she take some sour or cold things , her throat gets inflamed and she has problems of gagging, phelgm in throat , cough and cold , coughing in night . Becoming suffocating when she coughs, After drinking milk or coffee, due to phelgm and irritation in throat , she coughs and vomits out with some sticky white phelgm. Unable to clear throat with phelgm
Is there any remedy which can be given for this problem
waiting for reply
  SUDHIRAGARWAL on 2008-02-14
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Use Kali Bichrom 3oc two doses daily (morning and evening) for 4 days.Next, check her tonsils with a torch and describe their color and size,if u can.

Dr Tahira last decade
Thanks Dr Tahira

I have never failed to cure the childern by using the following combination:

1. Kali Mur-6x
2. Ferr. Phos-6x

please try and report.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Dear Dr Mahfoozurrehman

Please kindly advice doses , both salts are to be taken together or alternately also how long it takes to show the result

Also please advice , whether this treatment will cure the patient permanently or some other treatment is required later on
two grain each salts per dose thrice a day. Initially for 3/4 days and report.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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